Admissions

“ High school graduation may have once been a finish line, but today it is just a beginning.” Arne Duncan, Former Secretary of Education, U.S. Dept. of Education.

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Florida Metropolitan Transitional Academy (FL M.T.A.)

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Locations throughout Central  and Southeast Florida

FL MTA:  401 N Rosemary Avenue

 West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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Data driven, scientifically tested curriculum and life skills options

Industry Partnerships and Employment

 

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Links to Career Technical Education, Skills Trades, and Entrepreneurial opportunities

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Preparing special needs students for various career pathways, securing lifelong learning and successful futures

ADMISSION PROCESS REQUIREMENTS

Our School curriculum has challenging academics and enrichment programs. We offer a positive learning environment that encourages dignity and self-sufficiency. Our curriculum ensures the opportunity for each student to realize his/her full potential. Our experienced teachers combined with hybrid instruction will lead our students in a full range of classes.

A private non-profit academy, grades K-12, up to age 22, focusing on grades 9-12 (ESE).  Offering Career and Technical Education (CTE)/Pre-Apprenticeship Skills Training/Skilled Trades courses including Autistic Spectrum Disorder Program

Requirements for Graduation-State Requirements Apply Grades K-12

Students must earn 24 credits to graduate. The distributional requirements are listed below. Students earn one credit for each core course and a ½ credit for electives. Students have the option to choose between Career Technical Education Pathway -18 Credit hours or the Standard 24 Credit hours Career Pathway

Career and Technical Education Graduation Pathway Option

A student may earn a standard high school diploma through the Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathway option.

To earn a standard high school diploma through this pathway option, a student must:

  • Successfully complete a minimum of 18 credits.
  • Have a minimum, cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Meet the requirements of
    • 4 English credits (including the statewide grade 10 Reading assessment or the grade 10 ELA assessment, or earn a concordant score)
    • 4 Math credits (including the statewide Algebra I EOC assessment, or earn a comparative score)
    • 3 Science credits
    • 3 Social studies credits
  • Complete two credits in career and technical education. The courses must result in a program completion and an industry certification. 
  • Complete two credits in work-based learning programs. A student may substitute up to two credits of electives, including one-half credit in financial literacy, for work-based learning program courses to fulfill this requirement. 
  • 4 years of Math (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of Science (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of English (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of Social Science core subject (4 Credits)
  • 8 semesters of Fine Arts/Computers/Foreign Language (4 Credits)
  • 2 semesters of PE (2 Credits)
  • 1 semester of Health (1 Credit)
  • 1 semester of Computer Applications (1 Credit)
  • 100 hours of Community Service

 

**Course offerings may change due to staffing or student interest.

TUITION RATES AND FEES

Fee Schedule requirements for the 2024-2025 academic year.  Subject to change. The State of FL. Scholarship requirements:

Middle/High school (6-12 up to age 22 ESE)* 

$8,800.00 per year grades 6-8

$9,000.00 per year grades 9-12

(Special cases, Tuition may be waived/adjusted)

YEARLY FEES (payment plans available)

Application Fee – $100**

Equipment Fee – $50 (non-refundable)

Registration Fee – $250

Technology Use Fee – $200  ($20/month)

Transportation (if required based on individual student need) $TBA

**WAIVED FOR THE FIRST 25 APPLICANTS

“Creating Successful Student Outcomes for increased Student Achievement”